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Simplifying use classes: adding flexibility for businesses to adapt
The government introduces new changes to the Use Classes Order from 1 September 2020.
Permitted development: Construction of new flats on commercial / mixed use or residential terraces and detached buildings
Additional rights will allow the construction of new flats on certain commercial and residential buildings.
Permitted development: a right to add new storeys to your home
A new right applies to allow the upward extension of existing dwelling houses in certain circumstances.
Law commission reports signal significant changes to home ownership
Has the time arrived for the biggest shake-up of home ownership?
Corporate insolvency changes: what do they mean for landlords and tenants?
The government’s temporary changes to the insolvency rules have been well-publicised within the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act.
Negotiating in Style – Marx Brothers Style
Does everyone has their own style when negotiating? We are reviewing a handful of these to achieve the desired goals.
Meeting Housing Needs In The Wake Of The Hong Kong Crisis
Will modern methods of construction be part of the solution?
Q&A: Business tenancies: Improvements and the determination of rent
Georgina Redsell writes for Lexis Nexis Ask Forum on business tenancies and answers some questions.
New Business and Planning Bill 2020 to introduce planning measures to boost recovery
The new Business and Planning Bill 2020 will introduce a range of reforms in a bid to promote post-lockdown economic recovery and growth.
Landlords: “Watt” to bear in mind for the new electrical safety standard regulations which go live from 1 July 2020
The Electrical Safety Standards in the Private Rented Sector (England) Regulations aim to ensure electrical safety standards.